Chewsters is a funny casual game, in which you need to make groups of three or more aliens of the same color to make them disappear. Help Captain Dan Cornflake to fight aliens and defend the Earth from their invasion!
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:14
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Description: Chewsters is a funny casual game, in which you need to make groups of three or more aliens of the same color to make them disappear. Help Captain Dan Cornflake to fight aliens and defend the Earth from their invasion, because if they reach buildings, they will chew everything, and the city will be destroyed.
The game features 50 original levels, each representing a beautiful city of our planet, with their real architecture and famous landmarks recreated in 3D. Chewsters land in the middle of the central square of the city and begin to multiply threatening to reach the buildings and chew everything they find. Captain Dan fights the aliens with the Chewsterfighter he invented, shooting at them to make groups of the same color. Numerous bonuses help him to destroy aliens. Once the city is cleared of invaders, they fly to the next city, and the Captain follows them. Sometimes Captain Dan must save not only the city, but also kittens, puppies and plumbers!
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